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  • Giants' Julian Love: Records multiple career-best marks

    Love finished the regular season with 124 tackles (79 solo), one sack, two interceptions, five pass defenses and a forced fumble across 16 games. Love came into his own as an IDP asset this season, setting career-high marks in stops, INTs and sacks. Not coincidentally, he also tallied the most snaps (955) of his career and mostly maintained good health, sitting out only one game -- he was rested in New York's season finale in order to get a breather before the postseason. Love notched double-digit tackles in four different contests, highlighted by a 14-stop performance against Dallas in Week 3. He'll be a free agent after the campaign, and Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports that the Giants hope to bring him back into the fold following his success this season.
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  • Giants' Julian Love: Healthy scratch Sunday

    Love (coach's decision) is inactive Sunday against the Eagles, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports. Love will get to rest with the team locked into the No. 6 seed of the NFC playoffs. In his absence, Landon Collins will likely draw the start at strong safety.
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  • Giants' Julian Love: Crosses 100-tackle threshold

    Love had 10 tackles (seven solo) in Sunday's 48-22 loss to the Eagles. Love took a bad angle on a fourth down deep ball to DeVonta Smith in the second quarter, resulting in a 41-yard touchdown that gave the Eagles a 14-0 lead. Outside of that uncharacteristic mistake, the 24-year-old safety was productive as usual, reaching double digits in tackles for a third consecutive game to bring his season total to 107 (70 solo).
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  • Giants' Julian Love: Shines in Thanksgiving loss

    Love recorded 10 tackles (seven solo) and returned an interception 17 yards in Thursday's Week 12 loss to the Cowboys. Love was very active in the contest, tying for the team lead with 10 stops while adding his second interception of the campaign. The pick came late in the second quarter as the Cowboys were in New York territory, and the Giants were able to turn it into a field goal to carry a six-point lead into halftime. Love's tackle total was his second-highest of the season, and he's played 100 percent of the team's defensive snaps in all but one contest so far in 2022.
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  • Giants' Julian Love: Notches first INT of season

    Love totaled five tackles (three solo), two pass defenses and an interception in a 24-20 Week 6 victory over Baltimore. Love finished fourth on the team in tackles, and his biggest contribution came on a fourth-quarter interception of Lamar Jackson with less than three minutes remaining. New York was trailing by three points at the time, and Love returned the pick to Baltimore's 13-yard line, setting up a Saquon Barkley one-yard touchdown plunge that gave the Giants the victory. Love has established borderline IDP viability this season, racking up 41 tackles, one interception, one sack and one forced fumble through six contests.
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  • Giants' Julian Love: Forces fumble, leads NYG in tackles

    Love recorded seven tackles (six solo) and a forced fumble in Sunday's 27-22 win over the Packers. Although Love suffered a concussion in Week 4 against the Bears, the 24-year-old safety was able to clear protocols Friday and ultimately didn't miss any time. Love's seven tackles was a team high, and he was also able to play 100 percent of the team's defensive snaps in London. He'll now prepare for another strong outing when New York hosts the Ravens on Sunday.
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  • Giants' Julian Love: Won't return in Week 4

    Love (concussion) was downgraded to out for remainder of Sunday's game against the Bears, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Love appears to have suffered a concussion that forced him out of Sunday's contest. The fourth-year safety recorded 27 tackles and one sack over the first three weeks of the season, and his next chance to play will come during next week's game against the Packers in London.
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  • Giants' Julian Love: Leads team in tackles

    Love recorded 11 tackles (10 solo) across 68 defensive snaps in Sunday's loss to the 49ers. Love exploded onto the scene Sunday, more than doubling his tackles this season in a single contest. The second year safety also has the most defensive snaps out of the Giants' safety unit. If he continues this high level of play, Love could emerge as a reliable IDP option moving forward.
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